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Israel-Lebanon Conflict #78510

ABC Evening News for Sunday, May 09, 1982
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(Studio) Israel's attack on alleged Palestinian strongholds along Lebanon's coast and PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) counterattack reported.
REPORTER: Sam Donaldson

(Beirut, Lebanon) Lebanese perspective on attack examined; films shown. Possibility that total collapse of UN-orchestrated cease-fire has occurred considered.
REPORTER: Robin Wright

(Tel Aviv, Israel) Palestinian rocket attack on north Israel examined; films shown. Israeli rationalization for breaking cease-fire explained; defense minister Ariel Sharon noted denying comment to inquiry regarding informing visiting United States admiral Thomas Hayward of cease-fire violation.
REPORTER: Bill Seamans

Donaldson, Sam;
Seamans, Bill;
Wright, Robin

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